Droplet microfluidics

Droplet microfluidics is a set of techniques associated with the generation and manipulation of droplets ‘on-chip’, typically inside microchannels. The main expertise of the group in this area covers high throughput droplet generation, formulation of multiple emulsions, as well as generation of hydrogel microbeads from microdroplet templates.

Relevant Publications:

  • Guzowski, J.;  Gizynski, K.;  Gorecki, J.; Garstecki, P., Microfluidic platform for reproducible self-assembly of chemically communicating droplet networks with predesigned number and type of the communicating compartments. Lab on a Chip 2016, 16 (4), 764-772.
  • Guzowski, J.; Garstecki, P., Droplet Clusters: Exploring the Phase Space of Soft Mesoscale Atoms. Physical Review Letters 2015, 114 (18), 188302.
  •  Guzowski, J.;  Jakiela, S.;  Korczyk, P. M.; Garstecki, P., Custom tailoring multiple droplets one-by-one. Lab on a Chip 2013, 13 (22), 4308-4311.
  • Guzowski, J.;  Korczyk, P. M.;  Jakiela, S.; Garstecki, P., The structure and stability of multiple micro-droplets. Soft Matter 2012, 8 (27), 7269-7278.
  • Guzowski, J.;  Korczyk, P. M.;  Jakiela, S.; Garstecki, P., Automated high-throughput generation of droplets. Lab on a Chip 2011, 11 (21), 3593-3595.



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